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Old 01-28-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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TV Mod to Flat Screen

Need ideas for modification on our 2000 Rexhall Rexair for the TV cabinet. I am going to try to post a picture of what ours looks like as it is very different.
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Old 01-28-2013, 01:33 PM   #3
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What I did in my Class C was to remove the TV cabnet that faces the bunk and make a new cabnet door to attach the wall mount to. I stained it as close to the other cabnets as possible. If you can mount the TV by using bracing inside the old cabnet and then make a new border/trim to hide the corners. I have seen that in a couple of units. I choice not to do that so I can swing the TV out for viewing in the living area.
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TV's are light these days. I build cabinets and do Audio/Video for a living. You have a few options but the first to come to mind (actually first was colormatch and rebuild unit and put TV higher with top of TV just below the headrest of the seat so it's not so low). So I guess second would be: remove TV; Make an insert panel that fits in existing hole (the TV will be shorter, so I would build a place for the DVD, etc below that is permanent); Make the panel hinged. Mount with a TV flat bracket (amazon: videosecu ~$25); Use catch of your choice so the panel doesn't swing open when driving; Use the space behind TV panel for storage.

If you would like more options or different ideas about the equipment section below, let me know. A drawer can go there, etc. You are basically trying to make the bottom useful instead of just having a flat dead area that looks out of place with the shorter height TV.

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